Shelter

  • by Ashley John
  • Narrated by Derrick McClain
  • 11 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fresh from his fourth stint in rehab, Elias James doesn't have much to live for. His relationship with his family has never been so strained and with no real life of his own, he has nothing to live for. His overachieving twin sister and his ruthless mother's political success as mayor of Havenmoore have left him empty. Getting high started as an act of rebellion, but the addiction soon controlled his every waking moment.
Aspiring writer Caden Walker thought he had the perfect life until he discovered his boyfriend in bed with his best friend. Leaving everything behind in New York, he returns to Havenmoore to re-evaluate his life from his parent's guest bedroom. When his mom offers him a job working for the charity she runs, helping people struggling with addiction, he's not in a position to turn it down.
Caden never expected to find what he did, but when he is assigned to work with Elias, a reluctant attraction quickly blossoms into something deeper. Can Elias find in Caden the one thing he's always searched for or will his addiction drag him under once again? Is Caden ready to let go of his New York dream to take a chance on something unexpected? Both men are faced with difficult times of change, but can they make it through the storm to find the shelter?

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good book

this had a good story but the conflict at the end was lame and unnecessary
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- Nicole

Sweet but unintentional Funny at times

The story is good and overall i liked it. It does have some flaws (like a extremely Young Well-established family doctor, she must have skipped like 6-10grades). The Funny part is that both MCs Seem to suffer from the same character flaw, because they both Seem to have the attention span of a goldfish. They go of to do something EXRTEMELY important ("i have to find him, what if he is dead - uh theres my ex, let me go have coffees with him" kind of situations) and ends up doing something Else for an hour or Two. The mother is EVIL MAJOR and i do Think that she should have had some redeeming qualities or have suffered an entirely different fate Than she did. But looking past this, the story is a sweet love story that i enjoyed
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- K.S.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-02-2016
  • Publisher: Ashley John